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Jing Fong Restaurant

Map & Directions 20 Elizabeth St.
New York, NY 10013
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212-964-5256
  • Chinese
  • Daily 9:30am-10pm
  • Takeout
  • Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking

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The largest and most splendid of the Hong Kong dim sum palaces is approached by an escalator ride that seems to take five minutes. The dim sum are absolutely stunning. Highlights include pellucid dumplings filled with pork, shrimp, peanuts, and water chestnuts and surprising sticky-rice shu mei. Most of it comes to you by cart, but you have to get up to visit the serving station where shrimp, periwinkles, and clams are dispensed, and fish balls, head-on shrimp, and pig skin are boiled to order.

 
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  • Sharon C. on 05/14/09

    Go before noon on the weekends; otherwise, you'll wait an hour before you get seated! Order shrimp wrapped w/ rice noodles, bbq pork bun, turnip cake & shrimp dumplings

  • China Daily USA on 05/02/11

    The food may not blow you away, but dining on dim sun in Jing Fong's cavernous hall will make you feel like a king.

  • Thrillist on 06/11/13

    Dim sum deliciousness awaits you here, but do not get the chicken feet no matter how bold you're feeling. They are gross.

  • Randy J. on 07/25/12

    Awesome every time!

  • Eric J. on 08/25/12

    if you're coming with non-chinese people, don't let them order. also come with a game plan of what you want to eat.

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